Transportation

Many of the executive presentations delivered at the OktoberTech event highlighted Infineon's efforts to fight global warming.

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An EV Charger Installation Odyssey

For the last year, I've contemplated installing an EV charger in my multi-dwelling condo. Mind you; I don't yet have an EV. But I have friends with EVs who frequently visit, so I figured it could be beneficial and convenient for others.

The IIHS isn't alone in finding gaps in consumer understanding of the capabilities of driver-assistance technology. Studies by J.D. Power have yielded similar results.

The innovative Phononic EV might be driving a new solution to deliver groceries efficiently and sustainably and, at the same time, rival Amazon’s planned aerial grocery delivery drone package delivery system.

At Intel’s Mobileye facility in Israel I saw a future that suggests that a combination of electric cars and autonomous driving will lead to a far better personal transportation future. Let’s talk about that this week.

The Lucid Air and the coming SUV code named Gravity, due in 2024, appear very different from every other car on the road, including Tesla. Let’s talk about the future of electric cars. Then we’ll close with my product of the week: an update on the Bartesian robotic bartender by, no kidding, Blac...

Getting low-income drivers behind the wheel of electric vehicles is necessary to reduce greenhouse gases in the coming years, according to a new report by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation.

Last week was BlackBerry’s annual analyst summit. Since BlackBerry’s tools and QNX operating system are expected to be heavily used in the next generation of cars, this event often provides a view into the future of automobiles.

I was at Dell Technologies World 2022 last week. Often, I’m not very excited about anything on the showcase floor at events like this, but DTW has been the exception. So, I’m going to tell you what you missed.

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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